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post #1 of 11 Old 04-14-2012, 08:15 PM Thread Starter
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help please... oil in valley n sluggy turbo

Wen i first got the truck it had some get up for bein stock. I did the 6637 air filter then a 4"dp to a single 7 inch stack. The waterpump went out replaced that n driveway. Then had problems wit the o rings on ipr fixed for now but then ford dealership replaced pushrods n #5 cylinder ever since its been down hill. Oil leaking in valley not hpop i put a white rag and drove round. but felt round the 2 intake boots n they r wet with oil. N now my turbo seems ta lag but wen i put it ta the floor i hit 25psi . It only has 160,000 miles. Ne sugestions would b helpful please
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sounds like you have a torn cac boot. remove them and check them.

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more like a pin hole than a tear. i would start there.

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08 Front and Rear Axles
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All the ic boots have oil residu one em. But jus the 2 in the valley r wet wit oil
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you can do the ccv mod and clean the boots. to get rid of the oil in your cac boots.

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Wen at dealership for pushrods they said the hpop was leakin. Numerous times i have put a clean rag unddr it and nothi. I have no shaft play n turbo but is really oily unddr the 2 boots on the y intake
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its common for the oil vapors coiming from the crankscase to seep from the boots going into the intake. the easiest way to get rid of that is to do the ccv mod. do you see any oil leaking from from under the turbo or anywhere on the pedestal?

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How do i go bout that ccv mod? N no i havent put nething under the turbo yet but will
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Welcome to guzzle's CCV mod web page, you dont have to make the canister that he has you can always run the hose to some part on the frame and let it vent to the air.

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I will do that. But back to my turbo issue. Startin from a stop sign 1/4 throttle is good till i get to 40 mph n over drive shifts. Then i have to give it alot of throttle to get to speed n alot of black smoke. N also have been seein abnormal egts like 55 mph runnin 800 degres the past couple weeks have been worse.
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